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Marvel Comics Presents: Wolverine, Vol. 3

(Marvel Comics Presents (1988) #51–61)

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A murderous mutant is loose, forcing Wolverine to face a feral former teammate whose descent into death could be his own! And, the clawed Canadian gets another rematch with the Incredible Hulk. This title features the return of a long-forgotten X-Man.

Includes Wolverine stories that originally appeared in Marvel Comics Presents #51-61.
Paperback, 112 pages
Published June 21st 2006 by Marvel
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Rick
Based solely on Liefeld's art I'd have to give this collection a 1 (or a zero rating?), but there's enough other stuff here to raise it up to a 2-star. Yeah, I find Liefeld's that awful. I mean, what can you say about a guy who can't even draw feet? Yeah, he's THAT bad. And he knows it, he's always hiding character's behind strategically placed rubble or shrubs or furniture. It's so pathetically obvious that it would be hysterically, except he's just such an awful artist that it's just tragic.
Beelzefuzz
May 19, 2020 rated it liked it
Liefeld's gangly legged Wolverine fights Wildchild for 3 issues and no reason, then Liefeld leaves and the collection gets pretty good. If you are a Liefeld historian, this is before he was afraid to draw feet, but the feet he does draw here are either just monster hands moved down to the legs or the lazy diamond foot. He is still afraid to draw more than one face in a panel so there is a lot of spilled ink shadows that make no sense with the established lighting. This is also pre-pouch madness. ...more
Kerri
Nov 18, 2019 rated it really liked it
Shelves: x-men
#51-53 4 stars
#54-58 3 stars
#59-61 4 stars
Mike
Dec 10, 2011 rated it liked it
Never actually read many (if any) Marvel Comic Presents when they were originally published in the last '80s and early '90s. It has been enjoyable, however, to thumb through this one. Neither story is perfect, but certainly enjoyable in the "deep cut" sense of the term. Definitely fun if you wonder what some characters were doing between adventures in their more high-profile titles. And while Wolverine in perhaps the most obvious choice possible, the creative teams are certainly up to the task. ...more
Abrar 709
Oct 28, 2010 rated it it was amazing
i don't know if the book was good or not, sorry
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Sep 01, 2014 rated it liked it
Shelves: comic-book
The Wolverine stories from Marvel Comics Presents #51 - #61, June - October 1990. Hulk is grey.

Story arcs "The Wilding" and "On the Road".
Frank Ashe
Nov 18, 2016 rated it it was ok
Best forgotten.
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Rob Liefeld is an American comic book writer, illustrator, and publisher. A prominent artist in the 1990s, he has since become a controversial figure in the medium.

In the early 1990s, self-taught artist Liefeld became prominent due to his work on Marvel Comics' The New Mutants and later X-Force. In 1992, he and several other popular Marvel illustrators left the company to found Image Comics, which
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